Monthly Archives: October 2015

Abortion isn’t the answer

In his book, The Right to Live, the Right to Die, published in 1980, former United States Surgeon General, Everett Koop speaks out on abortion and euthanasia.  Concerning one of the reasons often advanced for allowing legal abortion, that it is needed to save the … Continue reading

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Every life matters!

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Pregnant? Need Help?

If you’re facing an unintended pregnancy, there are local agencies ready to help. Contact Miriam Centre at 613-830-8623 or  at Birthright Ottawa at 613-231-5683 or St. Mary’s Home at 613-749-2491 or Sharing photo from

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The right to life

Human life has an intrinsic value which has nothing to do with the fact that a human being (born or unborn) may or may not be wanted. Some abortion advocates use the slogan “Every child, a wanted child” but our … Continue reading

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A Life full of potential

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Adoption, a loving option

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Abortion and breast cancer risk

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Quebec palliative care centres: Euthanasia free zones

Euthanasia will be legal in Quebec beginning December 10th, 2015.  All 29 palliative care centres in the province have indicated that they will not offer euthanasia on their premises. The palliative care department of the Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal … Continue reading

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Breast cancer risks

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Do You Call This A Life?

Gerbert van Loenen, a Dutch journalist once “regarded euthanasia  as a symbol of Dutch progressiveness” but now “I have changed into a person who is more reserved on the subject “. Van Loenen ‘s book came about after noticing the … Continue reading

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